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Can't erase i made several recordings on my denpa digital recorder but i tried to erase it either one by one or completely but it was'nt erasing. it will be showing erase and at the same time playing back the recorded piece for some seconds and it will stop.whenever i play back i will still hear what i tried to erase and it also mantains the file numberings. please what can i do.

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Connect to your pc. when the denpa shows PC, and when the pc folder opens on your screen, delete the files that you want gone. it will remove them from the recorder.

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I think I know your problem, but if it doesn't work I'm sorry. I'm not the best when it comes to technology. Don't play it while you're erasing and hold down the erase button 'til you here a beep. I hope this works.

Posted on Apr 14, 2007

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Hi i own a RCA digital voice recorder model# rp5030A i can not figure out how to delete recordings


Erasing selected file

You can delete a file by the following steps:
1. Select folder (A, B, C , D or )
2. Select file.
3. Press ERASE once and DELETE will blink on the screen.
4. Press and hold ERASE for 3 seconds to confirm deleting. (or press STOP to cancel erasing file)

Erasing all files in a folder

You can delete all files in a specific folder by the following steps:
1. Turn on the unit.
2. Select a folder (A, B, C , D or ).
3. In Stop mode, press FORWARD continuously until "ALL" appears on the display.
4. Press ERASE and "DELETE" will blink on the display.
5. Press and hold ERASE for about 3 seconds, all files in the selected folder will be erased completely (or press STOP to cancel erasing all files).

Tip: File numbers that come after erased one will be moved forward by one automatically.

See page 12 for more info: http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/docs/common/RP5030/RP5030_OM.pdf

Dec 29, 2012 | RCA RP5030 Digital Voice Recorder

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The recorder dosent errs why


Hello you can erase the recorded messages one by one or all massages in folder at time

Note once a recording has been erased, you cannot retrieve it.

Erasing messages one by one

1 Press ERASE while playing back the massage you want to erase or press ERASE for more than 1 second during stop mode.

A beep will sound and the message number and "ERASE" will flash while the first and last 5 seconds of message is played back 10 times

2 Press ERASE while the message is being played back.

The message is erase and the remaining messages will be renumbered. (For example, if you erase Message 3. When erasing is completed, the unit will stop at beginning of the following message.)

Erasing all messages in a folder

1 Press FOLDER to select the folder you want to erase.

2 While pressing STOP, press ERASE for more than 1 second.

"ALL ERASE" will flash for 10 seconds

While the display is flashing, press ERASE.

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Lost manual can't ERASE RP 5010 recorder by RCA


Erasing all files in a
folder
You can delete all files in a specific
folder by the following steps:
1. Turn on the unit.
2. Select a folder (A/B/C/D).
3. In Stop mode, press FORWARD
continuously until “ALL” appears on
the display.
4. Press ERASE and “DELETE” will
blink on the display.
5. Press and hold ERASE for about 3
seconds, all files in the selected folder
will be erased completely (or press
STOP to cancel erasing all files).

Apr 07, 2010 | RCA RP5010 Digital Voice Recorder

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I don't know how to erase the recorded data on my DS-2 recorder.


Select the file, then press erase and follow the display. If you hold down erase, you should get an erase all option. Also you can select Format in the menu.

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Olympus W_S 100 can't record/erase


the dat files were removed off the recorder. put them back on and it should work fine. also try to format the recorder through the menu and not the computer

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Instruction manual for Denpa MP38


You might try www.dynametric.com. I believe that is the company that actually manufactures the Denpa Digital Recorder.

Oct 09, 2008 | Denpa USB-24 Digital Voice Recorder

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ERASING FOLDERS FROM DIGITAL RECORDER


hold down the stop and erase buttons on the recorder for about 3 secs... comes up clear, arrow over to yes..

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Denpa mp38 digital recorder


The internal memory is the place where the recording itself would have been stored, so unfortunately there is no "extra" memory to cover mistakes such as this...that would be like every PC being shipped with two hard drives in case you deleted something!
However, all may not be lost. The most important thing is DO NOT MAKE ANY FURTHER RECORDINGS OR FORMAT THE UNIT till you have definitively ascertained that the recording is indeed irretrievable.
RECOMMENDED: Trawl the Web for a program called "SoftPerfect File Recovery," download it, and install it (it's a tiny program, about 250kb) - I know you can find it at Snapfiles.com.
Read the help file and follow the instructions...with luck, you should be able to get your recording back.
FYI when you "delete" a file you do not erase it from the storage disk; all that happens is the first letter of the file name changes in the file structure, so the data can no longer be accessed as the device doesn't know where to look. So long as the data hasn't been overwritten by further recording or reformatting, invariably it can be retrieved...this is how the FBI catch all those nasty kiddie porn people out who think they've 'cleaned' their hard drives simply be hitting the delete key.
Hope this helps. If it doesn't then do a google search for 'data recovery software' and try another program. There are many (good) free ones out there, although most are designed to recover deleted photos from media cards. Good luck.
p.s. Would appreciate it if anyone can tell me how to turn on the backlight on my denpa mp-36 unit. I've read the manual and can't find it anywhere. I guess I'm missing that elusive button combination...

Nov 14, 2007 | Denpa USB-24 Digital Voice Recorder

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Transfer datas from Denpa to computer


Might be able to help you out but need some more information...
1. What type of PC (IBM/Mac) do you have?
2. What OS (Windows 95/98/NT/ME/XP/Vista/Leopard/Linux etc.) are you operating on?
3. Do you have CD that shipped with unit and USB cable?
4. Does your computer 'see' the unit as a removable drive when connected?
5. What model Denpa is it?
I'll check back in a few days to see if you're still looking for a solution - have you successfully transferred files before?

Oct 10, 2007 | Denpa USB-24 Digital Voice Recorder

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